Working in Manual – Quickly and Easily

Without a doubt, it is one of the most complex aspects of learning photography - moving from auto exposure to totally working in manual.  I can't speak for JD Milazzo, but I can say that I never - NEVER - wanted to work in manual. I was convinced that working in manual would get in the way of connecting emotionally to whatever I was

Working in Manual – Quickly and Easily2020-05-13T15:54:41+00:00

The Way Back: Building a Workflow for Scanned Film

If you have been following our journey - a journey which began about a year and a half now - it started with the purchase of a single vintage Pentax 6x7 lens. That experience was so revolutionary for Falcon that, for his fine art work, he only uses vintage lenses. In November of 2019, he purchased a vintage Pentax 6x7 film camera, and, shortly

The Way Back: Building a Workflow for Scanned Film2020-05-13T14:20:36+00:00

Product Review: PortraitPro

Except from NyghtVision Magazine, Volume 9 #2: Product review of PortraitPro from Anthropics. Read Volume 9 #2 here. To be honest, sometimes I think that applications are updated simply for the sake of updating them because updating generates more revenue. So, whenever I am assigned the task of evaluating software, I am always a bit skeptical about the value of doing so. Most of the

Product Review: PortraitPro2019-05-21T20:31:30+00:00

Vintage Glass – 2

Looking back, deciding to use vintage lenses was one of the best decisions I've made. It has rekindled my creativity, and it has forced me to engage what I am doing in a way I haven't since 2005. 2005 was a watershed year. After two years of working as a professional, using only "program mode," JD Milazzo and I had been forced to work

Vintage Glass – 22019-04-01T14:39:47+00:00